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  • There is nothing more soothing then the rhythem of a spinning wheel turning my alpaca fleece into yarn – then follow that with the clicking of knitting needles and zen has been found!! Knitting with handspun yarn is better than prozak. …..enjoy your knitting project, and thank you for mentioning us.
    Sue – Borrowed Pastures Alpacas
    *find us on ETSY

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